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Top 10 Emotional Intelligence Skills For Leaders To Improve Business Performance (Part 2)

6. Self-regulation Self-regulation is the EQ skill that typifies strong leaders. Leaders who can be aware of, and manage, their emotions communicate their message clearly and give others confidence in their leadership. Managers can build self-regulation by being aware of how they use and display emotion, paying attention to employee reactions, and asking questions to ensure their message was received clearly.  7. Ability to adapt to changes Strong leaders must possess the ability to not only accept change but embrace it, knowing that without change there can be no progress. One way that we specifically try to encourage change is

10 Things Great Leaders Never Say To Their Employees

When managing employees, your patience is sometimes tested by lack of motivation, resistance to your requests, and particularly stubborn individuals. However thin your patience gets stretched though, there are things you should never say to employees. Real leaders speak carefully. Unlike the average worker, the onus falls upon the boss to keep their nose clean when it comes to verbal communication. As a manager, you don’t have the luxury of saying something off the cuff when you are frustrated. The last thing you want is for your verbal mishaps to demotivate your staff and cause team friction, bringing about bigger problems

10 Common Mistakes That Every Manager Should Know

Management can be a minefield of potential mistakes for new and experienced managers alike. With this in mind, PRIMUS decided to look into the most common mistakes and hopefully help to aspire and current managers avoid these very common pitfalls in the future. In this article, we’re looking at 10 of the most common leadership and management errors and highlighting what you can do to avoid them. If you can learn about these here, rather than through experience, you’ll save yourself a lot of trouble!    1. Not providing feedback Sarah is a talented sales representative, but she has a

13 Tips To Succeed As A New Manager

New managers often enter their roles with a wave of emotions ranging from terrified to ecstatic. No manner of work experience can fully prepare you for what it means to be a team manager, but there are plenty of things you can do to get that much closer. Let’s take a look at 13 new manager tips to get you ready for your new role as the leader of a team.    1. Prepare before the promotion Most of the time people have a decent idea of when they will be getting promoted to a management position. If this is

4 Incredible Entrepreneurs Driven By Their Harsh Past

Dreaming up a killer business idea is one thing. Putting that idea into action is a whole different story. The entrepreneur’s journey can feel discouraging and lonely at times. Most people can’t relate to the uncertainty that comes with building something from nothing. Sometimes it’s hard to stay motivated when your friends are out having fun… while you’re grinding it out day after day, year after year until your efforts pay off. There will be highs, and there will be lows. As you’ll see in the inspiring stories below, how you navigate them is more important. It’s about hustling…and refusing

Top 10 Emotional Intelligence Skills For Leaders To Improve Business Performance (Part 1)

Great leaders come in all shapes and forms. While various reasons make a leader stand out, one of the most common is a great capacity for crucial emotional intelligence skills.  There are countless benefits of emotional intelligence abilities in the workplace, from being able to communicate more effectively, dealing with stress better to resolving conflicts efficiently. With the way the market has changed, IQ and technical expertise alone are no longer sufficient to be successful as a leader or to move up in an organization. Of course, leaders do not start out with all of these skills at the beginning.

The Power Of Storytelling In Transformational Leadership

You are a leader of a technology company, your team needs a change in their operating methods. How do you get buy-in for change? Improve your storytelling skill with these skills. Normally companies are transformative change driven by advancement technology. What’s very common is, ‘Here’s what we’re doing. Here’s the technology. Isn’t it wonderful?’. However, not all of the users and investors are inspired by technology by itself, they are more interested in the results that they can get from the new products.  Take one example from one of the most successful CEOs in the technology sector, Elon Musk. He